I still don’t know what’s going to happen next Friday, but the call today gave me just enough to make it through the next 6 days without feeling “victimized” by the break.
My advice: For anyone that is planning to do a break with your loved one, I highly suggest arranging one short phone call, text message or email a week to let each other know where they stand in the relationship.
With so many notorious on-again, off-again couples, a celeb would be hard pressed to find a new bae who isn’t somehow still connected to their ex. We’re breaking down 7 guys and gals who thought they may have found *the one* just to realize that person wasn’t QUITE over their ex-bae.
Have you ever dated someone, broken up with them and then found out they were back with their former bae?
Or perhaps, she's not really ready to be labeled as such with a guy she's only met for 10 days? She also added the guy's sister as a friend too, who lives out of state and I assume she hasn't met.
I just feel like this is all super fast out of a 2 year relationship, and I'm wondering if this could be classified as a rebound or not?
After playing ten thousand “what if” scenarios in my head in the past two weeks of my no communication break, I finally gave in and called my guy.
Both you and your partner should agree on what you're doing and why you're doing it before you start your break.
But you're right I shouldn't worry, and I shouldn't be so selfish as to want this to be a short lived relationship for her, its hard for sure. Getting in no contact takes loads of patience but you will realize more things as time goes by.
Just let her enjoy the new toy, and you can do the same too. My advice for you to is stop looking at FB and become a better guy.
The strange thing is she's hiding the relationship from all her friends, etc.
so the only way I know is by viewing the guy's profile. She doesn't want people to think negatively that she's jumping into a relationship so soon?